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The only one I've fished is the Flick Shake 4.8, but I'm so impressed that I'm curious which of their baits are truly worth the time and $.

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Aska, smash minnow, pompadour, cherry, bowstick, aragon, any of their walk the dog baits...giron, s ride, 180, squad minnow, cuprap..They make solid, well performing baits that can be had fairly cheap.

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Cross tail shad is a dropshot staple. I like the binksy popper, too.

They are a great company with quality products.

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i love the crosstail shad one of my go-to baits. flick shake is a great bait to and so is there squarbill crank they make quality products.

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On the soft bait side their cross tail and I-shad are as good of drop shot baits you will find.

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Out here the clone frys are deadly on breaking fish.  Too pricey and fragile for my liking.

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I know a few guys that are big fans of the Pompadour. 

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I just have one square bill and love it. Plan to buy more Jackall baits.

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I really like their squad minnow.

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i'm a huge fan of the sasuteki craw they are one of my staple flip and punch baits also looking for some darts hogs to maybe use as a trailer for my footballs 

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Most are great.  Only one that I have not acquired confidence in is the iShad.....looks fantastic to me, but I just can't get bit

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try the 4.8 Flick shake wacky rigged on a drop shot. That hair rigged wacky outfished Crosstails on a recent 3-day trip north. 

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I just came in from an hour at the local county lake. Caught 3 on a Flick Shake 4.8 wacky rigged on a Jackall 3/32 head.

I'm hoping to pick up a Pompadour Jr, a couple Askas and a few Sasuteki and Darts Hogs this winter.

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They're some of my favorites. The Cover Craw in particular is a staple in my box.

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I know a guy who caught a 7lb smallie on the squad minnow SP. 

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Can't say enough good things about hte Crosstail Shad for drop shotting.  The Giron also has a nice action in the water.

 

Quality wise I'd put them in the mid-upper tier, on par with LC.

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I guess I need to check them all out! TW will love me.

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The TN lipless is a staple for me.

Is it better than an SK Red Eye and how, if I may.

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Is it better than an SK Red Eye and how, if I may.

The action...it always produces for me when other lipless cranks like the Red Eye are not. The Lucky Craft LV 100 fits here as well. :)

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I've been trying the Cover Craw... No luck yet... Maybe because I'm not throwing it in cover...

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